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SOLVED 24K magic exercise in python for beginners - HELP

The task is to have the karat displayed for an inputted purity of gold. If the purity is under 75%, nothing should display. I'm getting all of the test cases right except the last with the below code, what am I doing wrong? purity = float(input()) if purity >= 99.99 and purity <= 100: print("24K") elif purity >= 91.7: print("22K") elif purity >= 83.3: print("20K") elif purity >= 75.0: print("18K")

2/15/2021 10:18:14 AM

Zoë

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Zoë https://www.sololearn.com/Discuss/2685965/?ref=app

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Remove the 'and' operator and the rest in your first condition. Everything will be fine. So, Your code needs to be purity = float(input()) if purity >= 99.99: print("24K") elif purity >= 91.7: print("22K") elif purity >= 83.3: print("20K") elif purity >= 75.0: print("18K")

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🇮🇳 R😻 thanks for the responses. I tried that and it's still not working for the last test case. Wish I knew what the test case is!

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Zoë did you wrote 99.9 or 99.99?

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Abhay THANK YOU! That's exactly where I went wrong, all working now.

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Zach Z I had to change 99.99 to 99.9.

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The code in the question is my attempt: purity = float(input()) if purity >= 99.99 and purity <= 100: print("24K") elif purity >= 91.7: print("22K") elif purity >= 83.3: print("20K") elif purity >= 75.0: print("18K")

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Zoë Rillstone Run your code in Code Playground then add it in your question

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Abhay Posting question with proper format is good thing that's why I said that

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Zoë In condition if the purity is under 75% nothing should display print(" ")

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Simba I'm still getting the error on the last test case.

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Mohasin Haque don't spam

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Bro remove "and purity <= 100" You can add one more line in code to for invalid input(more than 100) Elif purity >100 : Print("invalid input please inter between range of 0 to 100")

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"if purity>=99" that includes the upper range up to 100%...actualy ">=" it means that "greator than or equal to" ... Later on, try to have them in a single print function#

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A Simple Guy (New Id) done now - sorry, I'm a complete noob!

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Zoë how did you get the last test case to work?

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First two's answers need to be "Accepted" This was my solution and it worked for all the tests: purity = float(input()) if purity >= 99.99: print("Accepted") elif purity >= 91.7: print("Accepted") elif purity >= 83.3: print("20K") elif purity >= 75.0: print("18K")

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Zoë Rillstone Show your attempt

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🇮🇳 R😻 why should they run code in playground and then add it to question ?

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https://code.sololearn.com/cArLiHKDUReF/?ref=app